St. Louis Argus, July 12, 1917
race riot, segregation, anti-segregation, theodore reoosevelt, madame c.j. walker, "The Grey Ghost" movie, booker washington theater, east st. louis, w.e.b. du bois, naacp, unions, racism, W. C. Gordon, anti-lynching bill, L.C. Dyer, charles r. doll, boy scouts, supreme lodge, texas, A.E. Malone, Homer G. Phillips, jackson, farmington, webster groves, ymca, ywca,
St. Louis Argus newspaper, issue dated 7/12/1917
Collection stlouisargus; newspapers
East St. Louis Riot follow-up.
Issue contains a plethora of information concerning the visit by W.E.B. DuBois, as well as his attempts to organize and strengthen the local NAACP organization, using the Race Riots as a catalyst for local community support.
1-4 articles containing references indirectly or directly relating to W.E.B DuBois